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INTERVIEWS

Fiction’s Grand Illusionist: An Interview With Christopher Priest

Fiction’s Grand Illusionist: An Interview With Christopher Priest

Everything’s coming up roses for vaunted science fiction writer Christopher Priest. Today is a double-whammy book release from the man who brought you The Prestige, among many, many others, with The Adjacent and the paperback edition of The Islanders both hitting […]

by × April 8, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

YA Author Sara Benincasa Revamps The Great Gatsby with a Same-Sex Relationship

YA Author Sara Benincasa Revamps The Great Gatsby with a Same-Sex Relationship

We should all want to be Sara Benincasa when/if we grow up: The hilarious and thoughtful writer has mastered standup comedy, radio, blogging, and vlogging, and today she comes out with her first novel, Great. Great is a teen adaptation […]

by × April 8, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

Welcome to Midnight: An Exclusive Interview with Charlaine Harris

Welcome to Midnight: An Exclusive Interview with Charlaine Harris

It’s been a year since Charlaine Harris concluded her phenomenally popular Southern Vampire (aka, Sookie Stackhouse) saga. It was a wild ride, encompassing 13 best-selling novels over a 12-year period, an HBO series, and  millions of Bon Temps, Louisiana, fanatics. So […]

by × April 1, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

And Despite It All, Okay: An Interview with The Last Days Of California Author Mary Miller

And Despite It All, Okay: An Interview with The Last Days Of California Author Mary Miller

It’s been a big month for Mary Miller. Even prior to last month’s release of her debut novel, The Last Days of California, excerpts and starred reviews found their way into the pages of Elle, O! Magazine, Redbook, and Publisher’s Weekly. […]

by × March 12, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

Don’t Panic: Lauren Oliver Wants An End To Big Proclamations On The State Of YA

Don’t Panic: Lauren Oliver Wants An End To Big Proclamations On The State Of YA

We’ve already declared that Lauren Oliver’s latest novel, Panic, is helping make March an amazing month for YA lit. But we couldn’t just leave it at that. Oliver’s story of kids in a fictional rundown New York town, competing in […]

by × March 11, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

Finding What Makes Your Heart Beat: An Interview With Kyle Minor, Author of Praying Drunk

Finding What Makes Your Heart Beat: An Interview With Kyle Minor, Author of Praying Drunk

Kyle Minor’s newest collection of short stories, Praying Drunk, was released earlier this month and has already garnered the attention of some of literature’s most well-respected voices—Publisher’s Weekly, the Los Angeles Review of Books, Harper’s, the Atlantic, the Boston Globe and the Chicago Tribune, among many […]

by × February 28, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

An Interview with Ransom Riggs, Author of the Miss Peregrine Series

An Interview with Ransom Riggs, Author of the Miss Peregrine Series

  The phenomenon that was Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children—a dark and quirky debut novel by Ransom Riggs about children with extraordinary powers, constructed around vintage photographs that Riggs had collected at flea markets—resonated with readers of all ages […]

by × February 20, 2014 ×

CONTROVERSIES

5 More Revelations We’re Waiting to Read in J.K. Rowling’s Controversial Interview

5 More Revelations We’re Waiting to Read in J.K. Rowling’s Controversial Interview

The internet never saw it coming. In an interview with Emma Watson in an upcoming edition of Wonderland magazine, J.K. Rowling reportedly reveals that, in retrospect, she regrets pairing up Ron and Hermione at the end of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, […]

by × February 5, 2014 ×

INTERVIEWS

The Queen of Steampunk Speaks: An Interview with Cherie Priest

The Queen of Steampunk Speaks: An Interview with Cherie Priest

Steampunk experienced a glorious rebirth around 2009, in large part because of the unparalleled commercial and critical success of Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker, the first installment in her Clockwork Century saga (which also includes Clementine, Dreadnought, Ganymede, The Inexplicables, and the […]

by × January 23, 2014 ×